Clemson grad transfer Scott Pagano has reportedly set two more official visits.
Yesterday, the experienced defensive tackle trimmed his list of over 30 suitors to seven: Arkansas, Cal. Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon and Texas. Reports last night indicated the 6-foot-4, 295-pound Pagano will officially visit Oklahoma late next month.
Today, a new report from 247Sports says Pagano will officially visit Notre Dame on March 24 and Arkansas from April 7-9.
Here's more from 247Sports' Ryan Bartow:
Clemson graduate transfer defensive tackle Scott Pagano (Honolulu, Hi./Moanalua) said he will officially visit Notre Dame March 24 and Oklahoma March 31.
He just set up his third official visit, to Arkansas, April 7-9.
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He's planning to set up his fourth and fifth official visits later this week.
It appears Oregon will get an official visit, too. The date hasn't been set yet.
Pagano played 299 snaps over 12 games for the Tigers in 2016, making four starts. He compiled 31 tackles, four quarterback pressures and a pair of sacks. For his career, Pagano logged 92 tackles.
Both the Razorbacks and Fighting Irish graduated major contributors at defensive tackle. Arkansas lost Taiwan Johnson and Jeremiah Ledbetter and Notre Dame will be without Jarron Jones.
Pagano's experience and skill would help either team in 2017.